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the out. >> and a local father explains why it was so important for his daughter to witness the north dakota pipeline protest firsthand. >> news3 starts now. >> more than 13 hours later, the lights are slowly coming back on at the paris resort but when will the firefighters give the all clear? i'm marie mortera. the lights are beginning to come back on but guests are still not back inside the hotel now. news3's christy wilcox, you say it's going to be a couple of hours before that will happen. >> reporter: that's right jim, there are frustrated people but fire safety testing is going on. it will be about two hours before those guests who were concerned could get back into
says she's looking forward to her wedding. >> it's in february. when we got engaged in cancun. >> she's worried she will not have a dress for her big day. >> my wedding dress is there. >> stephanie and her fiancee allen were in their room when construction woe intermediate a power line. so many wonder, what's next? >> we need to put our bag down somewhere, and i don't need to sleep here anyway right? >> guest safety, rich broom, caesar's entertainment. >> nearby ballies and planet
how long could this be? >> the average casino of paris's size is making $1.8 million per day. more or less for that particular, but that's the average. >> it's usual that be casinos usually have insurance for these kinds of things. >> these things are rare but has happened before >> his.bride needs to be happy until death do us part. unfortunately, for that groom, one of the leaders here let her get her wedding dress earlier today, and guests who are not allowed to check in will be remaining at their assigned positions until tomorrow afternoon. back to you. >> christy thank you for that.
follow this unprecedented power outage. we've seen outages in the past but not for so long. we'll have an update tomorrow morning on news3, today, officials will hold another press conference add 6:00 in the morning. a car crashes into a restaurant in the valley, it happened at 6:30. at desert inand.and halapai. >> we do know there was some rain in the area today.
aoki for free and the former president too. john treanor is there. >> they may be the future of the election if they go out and vote on tuesday. as this close race is now in the home stretch. ?? ?? ?? >> reporter: this is a wednesday, the world collided with the political world. a former president bill clinton hoping to excite a youth movement, less than a week before election day. >> everybody from outside this country thinks we're crazy that we even think we're going to
going downhill, the people who count are you! >> in that same poll the 18 to 34-year-old age limit is a complete unknown and this could swing an election. >> hillary. >> i feel at this point trump. doesn't have that presidential feel to him. >> in our small sample size, clinton has the lead on the university campus but there is real concern about both of these candidates amongt personality. >> trump and hillary clinton are both exciting personalities. for a lot of people that's going to be that. that was a big exciter for me too. >> power can trump resentment but you have to start on tuesday. >> and that age range is really the unknown here going into tuesday. meanwhile, bill clinton missed a great opportunity not playing
>> john, thank you. if you have not voted on decision 2016 yet and you want to avoid the lines on election day, reed cowan is here to speak about the last chance to volt. >> lines are expected to be really long but not as long iris vigil says: >> i am ready to do my duty. i've been in america 80 years. my last voting, i'm already 90. >> whether it's duty or daunting the long lines on election day. >> no way i'm going to wait
it over with. >> nearly a quarter million voted during the first week of early voting, now the chance to vote early is ending, friday is your last shot. >> you never know what tomorrow holds, what could happen, mother nature, the weather, certain things could prevent you from getting to the polls. do not put off until tomorrow what you today. >> closing hours of each poll, as you may know the hours vary. if you can't make up it up tomorrow you will have to brave the lines on tuesday. >> all right, maybe by the end of tomorrow, half of the votes would already have been cast. >> already historic in number. thank you. >> if you are going to vote
can get a shout out on the air. >> then tuesday, tune in to news3 and our special election night coverage on the cw las vegas. 81 dated commentary and continuing coverage starts at >> a local teenager gets to experience history firsthand. why a father took her to standing rock when news3, live at 11:00 continues. >> temperature in the lower 60s at 7, but it will jump from there, a jump for history,
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our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous criminals from buying guns here in nevada. but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
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earth. >> benny so says that's why it's so important to protect the ancestral lands that make up the standing rock sioux reservation. >> that is without water there is no life. >> su brought his 13-year-old daughter with him to north dakota. >> the importance to bring 13-year-old daughter up there so she can see history in the making. there hasn't been a larger gathering of native americans since the 1800s. >> it was a very positive experience for daughter and her father. >> it felt like power tofl see all the different kind of flags and it was just positive vibes. >> but so some of the events at standing rock worry him and most people don't understand why. >> for them to go outside and
our tribal leaders, spiritual leaders out of the sweat lodge, there's no reason for that. how about if a tribal leader walked through a church and pull the congregation out, the same thing. mother earth is tired being poked on about. she needs a rest, she needs a break. there are so many wounds in her right now it's hard for her to heal. >> the locals held a meeting to talk about the future of the standing rock protesters. just like the north dakota demonstrations that featured people of many ethnicities and backgrounds. >> a routine traffic stop turns out to be a lifesaving moment. >> like i said, i want you to keep up. >> and that's a lifesaving moment there but let's give you the back story. an oklahoma police officer
only to have the driver flag him over for help. cpr was started just in time, she wouldn't have survived without that help. that was a lifesaving emergency. >> news3 is your weather authority. earlier tonight, someone made a comment about the weather getting in the way. >> kevin, you said we are living large. >> last year we started out november in the 80s and 50s for highs and major cold front. not going to happen this year. high temperature, 81 today, 8? above normal and speaking of that high of 81, we said it would be 80, still within our 3? guarantee easily so tack on
partnership for homeless youth. two for two in november. speaking of highs of 80 plus in november, the most we've had is eight and that was back the 1949. i'm going to start keeping track because we may make a run at history. it's a good chance we'll get close or at least tie that record. taking a look at our cameras, in arizona, into t clark county. down in clawfnl a few clouds before they dissipated. northeastern clark county as well but the las vegas valley, spotless skies, beautiful day today and i expect an encore performance tomorrow as well. a significant many 13 degree
cheyenne in the northwest, 13, blowing at 3 miles per hour. mid 60s in north las vegas, 71 on the near east side, 75 on the far east side and 69 in beautiful downtown henderson. how about the highs today, 84 near camino el dorado. it's out and 86?. air quality, that breeze the last couple of days has done a good job keeping the air quality magnificent. on the way to the mid 70s at lunch time. here we go again, few neighborhoods in the low 80s at least. not like the last couple of days, we'll get five, 10 miles
make the move the saunter towards southern nevada and not having much look. you can see many of those clouds and even tonight there's a thin area of clouds, i don't think they'll be able to survive thanks to higher pressure levels, in northern nevada. maybe a cloud or two, that's it. the jetstream got most of the significant weather in smooth into the weekend. 67 in boulder city for low, mesquite 81, the lake 83, the mountain 58, laughlin 86. death valley is going to 92. in town 62 will be our overnight low, still light breeze possible but not a lot of winds left from the experiences of the last 48 hours.
the enabled. saturday's record of 84, will be even closer. mercury will peak around 80? through at least wednesday, maybe beyond with overnight lows around 60?. kelly has got your forecast update on news3 today, that begins in five hours and ten minutes and 44 seconds if you are keeping score at. >> you would like to impress us >> i want to make sure my brain is still working and with these temperatures dare i say we are living extra large. keep it up it might be two x. >> still up tonight, when
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yet. >> 13 hours ago, the power went off, guests were stuck in the elevators. and had to be rescued. guests will be let back in in the next few hours. >> they will give us a live update at 6:00 a.m., which you'll be able to see at news3 shot himself in the foot during a raccoon attack. >> someone called to report suspicious raccoon activity and when the officer showed up, the raccoon bent on a rampage. >> at this point we don't know if the raccoon was hurt in the incident or the animal got away.
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heck. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> all right some of the best pro golfers are in the area for the weekend. smiley kaufman is in the area, 20th anniversary for tiger woods landing his first victory as a pro. at the age of 52 is actually playing this weekend and playing
kaufman fifth hole par 3, smiley is smiling after this shot. 199 yards to the pin and he's going to put it five feet away for an easy birdie and even par. local golfer kevin nau, knows this course well, he lives here. he puts it in the cup for birdie, not a good start for know it's a bad shot when you drop your club. for me it would be a great shot, pin high 40 yards from the pin. ryan rebounded, minus 3 score. 47-year-old rod pampling, loom double eagle albatross. course record just to himself,
record i should say and he has a two shot lead over brooks kepka one of the favorites to win the tournament. locals, jack campbell, the former rebel, all 3 under. charlie hoffman probably not going to make the cut after going two over. he is way back. second night of pro bull riding. that's former world champion, a bull named smooth operator, only ridden 12 times. 89 and a half, tough night, tied with this guy ty posaban, ride on big cat. showing the hops, yiefn and a
winston,tampa bay, cutting the o 1, falcons had a lead, but then poured it on. put them up 20-14. and matt ryan also looked up with julio jones, they blow them out 43-28. safo that division locked up. be. >> thank you. up next a new world series >> thank you. up next a new world series tradition, one slice at a time. ask yourself: if joe heck was
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steve wolfson: as district attorney, i've prosecuted a lot of violent people. our background check laws have stopped over 5,000 dangerous but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us.
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